What’s on tap

Here’s a list of things you might like.

More to the point: it’s a list of things I like.

Things I’ve mentioned or recommended in newsletters over the last two weeks or so.

If you do like these things, you can get more on the regular by subscribing:

But first, a poem created from the subtitles of those newsletters.

Please enjoy. Or don’t. Honestly, I’ll never know.

tl;dr

This one goes out to the ones we love,
you unlucky bastards

You thought you were done with me
and my neighbor
a horrible no-good very bad atheist person
discerning subtle patterns
about conflagration.

Why is entropy so boring?
I don't really know but I like it

This book is a list of things you might like,
you unlucky bastards

Some arguments are allowed
but ultimately
terminology is meaningless. Something
will be learned.
Probably you.

Does it spark joy or indigestion?
I don't really know but I like it

That was fun.

Here’s the on-tap list for 17 February – 03 March, in no particular order.

Books

  • Contact by Carl Sagan
  • The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand
  • Emotional Resilience by David Viscott
  • Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman
  • Emotional Freedom by Judith Orloff
  • Calvin and Hobbes
  • The Far Side
  • The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu [READ THIS ONE MOST]
  • Atomic Habits by James Clear
  • Earth Abides by George R. Stewart

Shorter things to read

Songs

Other forms of beauty

Things I wrote